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The National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) reports that the NABP PMP InterConnect is now fully operational. PMP InterConnect was developed to allow prescription-monitoring programs to share data.
Two states, Ohio and Indiana, have begun deploying PMP InterConnect to select groups of users. These two states are rolling out access gradually as they fine-tune their internal operations for the expected increase in usage. Since March of this year, 15 states have agreed to participate in the program.
NABP and its technology partner, Appriss, worked closely with Optimum Technology, a leading PMP repository, to develop the interface that is being used by Ohio and Indiana.
NABP anticipates that approximately 30 states will be participating in PMP InterConnect by the end of 2012.